Life and Colour
|Lofe and Colour|
|Directed by||Santiago Tabernero|
|Written by||Santiago Tabernero|
Miguel Ángel Silvestre
Nadia de Santiago
Spain, 1975. Fede (Junio Valverde), a fifteen-year-old boy, is getting conscious of his environment little by little: his sister Begoña (Silvia Abascal) unsatisfied with her imminent wedding; his grandfather (Joan Dalmau), who stops dealing with his best friend after the Spanish Civil War; his friend Ramona (Natalia Abascal), a girl with Down Syndrome who was raped by her father, a young man who works with his father.
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